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Powers Three Swallow Irish Whiskey Review


On today’s episode of A Tasting at The Murder Table, we’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with a review of an Irish Whiskey brand that kind of flies under the radar. Powers is its name (yet another Irish Whiskey brand from Pernod Ricard‘s Irish Distillers Limited, the makers of Jameson, Midleton, Redbreast, Powers, and so much more) and Three Swallow is the expression that we’ll be discussing.

Here’s a bit more information about this whiskey taken directly from the Powers website:

Three Swallow Release is a modern expression of what the original POWERS Whiskey tasted like back in the days of our John’s Lane distillery. This quintessential style of whiskey, Single Pot Still is exclusive to Ireland, and is made from a mash of malted and unmalted barley, then triple distilled in traditional copper pot stills.

We’ve enjoyed a Powers expression or two in the past, so trying something a little different from this brand seemed like a pretty darn good idea. To find out what we thought of this Irish Whiskey, click the play button on the following video:

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2 replies »

  1. Nice article. Hope you had a wonderful St. Patrick day. Even though this year was far different than other years, people enjoyed it in their own way.

    Thank you for providing the review of Powers three swallow Irish Whiskey. This whiskey must be tried. Keep posting such reviews in the future.

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